An emotional story of a relationship

established following the death of a sibling.

Death, love, grief


spousal abuse


AUTHOR’S NOTE: why I wrote ‘Love Nevermore’ – Domestic abuse remains an immensely under-reported crime with an estimated 25% of domestic violence incidents are reported. 44% of women or 6.2 million women aged 15 and older have reported some kind of abuse in their intimate partner relationship. The long-term effects of abuse include physical and mental health. 

Consumed with sorrow, Alexis vowed to never love again. Then, when she was most vulnerable, Steve swept into her life, rescuing her like a knight in shining armour. Steve wrapped his arms around Alexis and the walls that protected her heart crumbled and fell. After all that grief it felt so good to be alive – to be loved. All too late, Alexis discovered what Steve was really all about.

Heavy curtains hid the horrors that went on behind closed doors. Shadows lingered, fear never died, trauma rooted itself in Alexis’ soul. Cloaked in a shroud of horror, and too afraid to leave, Alexis knew she was bound to him until parted by death. 

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